In the past few years, the “Lego Ideas” project has provided fans with tools to create and promote some wonderful concepts in the form of building blocks. As a result, several albums were released, but Zelda fans failed to try albums based on Nintendo’s “Legend of Zelda” series. However, this has not stopped user Artem Biziaev from sharing their thoughts on the exquisite Hyrule Castle suit!Exclusively based on The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, The castle will be composed of 2,600 works and will be equipped with Link, Zelda, Ganondorf, Stalfos, Royal Guard members and Anju’s Minifigs.
Pictures of the castle can be found below, and more pictures can be found on the LEGO Ideas page here.
It’s interesting how much effort we put in to really convey Ocarina of Time. From the Temple of Time to the inclusion of four heart-shaped fragments, the attention to detail is incredible. If this game wins the favor of Lego and Nintendo, it can be said with certainty that it will become a must-have for fans of The Legend of Zelda!
Although the previous “The Legend of Zelda” scenes were previously promoted through Lego creativity, it is worth noting that this time it is more likely. After all, in 2020, the company released a series of Super Mario suits and Lego toys released on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Although the graphics in the LEGO Mario series do not follow the classic Minifig format, it is entirely possible that the Zelda suit follows a more traditional format.
For those who are not familiar with the LEGO Ideas project, fans can sign a petition to show LEGO their interest in purchasing shared concepts. As the concept reaches greater milestones, users will get longer time to attract signatures. At the time of writing, the Hyrule Castle project has 602 days left on the idea and 1,390 supporters. To attract the attention of Lego, this is much more than that. Therefore, Zelda fans who hope to see the performance will want to show some love to the project!
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